April 2014

The Passover Prepared and Celebrated

There are only two ordinances (requirements, laws) for the church: Baptism and the Lord’s Supper, (or) Communion, Passover. In this section of Mark’s Gospel, Pastor Pete will explain where this Christian rite came from (Exodus 12:), how it was prepared by our Lord (Mark 14:12-16), how it was celebrated by Christ and His disciples (Mark 14:17-21), What the spiritual significance and meaning of the bread and cup speak to (Mark 14:22-25) Who, ultimately the Lord’s Supper, Communion, Passover points to (I Corinthians 5:6-8) and lastly, the warning for the believer in partaking (I Corinthians 11:17-34). This mystery of the believer’s union and communion with Christ is wrapped up in the beauty of broken bread and crushed grapes. Our hope is that as listeners we will never view the ordinance of communion the same and that our wonder and appreciation for the sacrificial death of Christ will cause us to be forever grateful as we bow before His Majesty. Listen for Life!

Your Future Itinerary as a Christian

With this Sunday’s message, we will embark upon what is perceived as the most fantastic journey that God has in store for the believer in Christ; we will be discussing your future itinerary as a Christian. The “stops” along the way include: ‘what happens when you die’, the Rapture of the Church, the Judgment Seat of Christ, the Marriage of the Lamb, the Return of Christ, the Millennial Kingdom, and the Eternal State. People often wonder what the future beholds when all one needs to do is receive the answer in Scripture.

Journey into Discipleship

Ever wonder what it meant to be a Disciple of Jesus Christ? What does it mean today? Join us as we take a journey into discipleship and see what real or true discipleship looks like.

March 2014


Jesus was perfect - 365 days a year. 24 hours a day. 7 days a week. Listen to find out more!

The Gospel of Mark – A Question of How to Betray Jesus

Have you ever been betrayed? How did that make you feel? Betrayal is one of those emotions that tend to stick with us to the bitter end. How do you forgive someone who has betrayed you? How do you seek forgiveness if you were the one to betray someone’s faith or confidence? Pastor Pete shares the story of one of the twelve disciples: Judas Iscariot, from Mark 14:10,11. Judas Iscariot has become synonymous with the ugly portrait of betrayal. To be a Judas is not a compliment. The Outline for Sunday: The Etymology of Betrayal: What does it mean? The Anatomy of Betrayal: What does it look like? The Economy of Betrayal: What does it produce? The Integrity of Betrayal: What have we learned? Listen for Life!

The Gospel of Mark – A Question on How to Waste Your Life

The world doesn’t get it, it doesn’t get us, the believer! We are fools to them for wasting our lives, our gifts, our opportunities for something foolhardy and something that sounds a lot like a fairy tale. Why would God come to die? The same questions asked even by the disciples of Jesus are being asked today. Pastor Pete will share from Mark 14:3-9 the story of the woman who broke her alabaster vase and poured out the fragrant contents on the head of Jesus. The world asks us today these same five questions: 1.) Are You Wasting Your Life? 2.) Are You Wasting Your Gifts? 3.) Are You Wasting Your Opportunity? 4.) Are You Wasting Your Death? 5.) Are You Wasting Your Witness and Testimony? The Christian life is a wasted life to those who are perishing. The questions and bewilderment of people still abounds today. What does a true wasted life look like, not in this life but in eternity? “He is no fool to give what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose.” – Jim Elliot, martyr to the Auca Indians in South America. Listen for Life!

From the Heart

If we are crucified with Christ Jesus then all of our old passions and desires are found in serving Him with the passion and desire we once had for sin. Let's repent, casting fear and doubt aside and choose to be great for God and doing great things for His glory.

Noah’s Ark and Dinosaurs

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Public Education Menticide – The Systematic Underminig of Faith and Values

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February 2014

The Gospel of Mark – A Question of How to Kill Jesus

Do you remember the board game, “CLUE” and as you moved around the board you came to discover who, where, when and with what a murder took place? This week, Pastor Pete will take us all on a discovery with the clues of Jesus murder already written out for us on the pages of Scripture. Our main source is Mark 14:1,2 with harmony passages in Matthew 26:1-5 and Luke 22:1,2. We will discover: The Minister, The Ministry, The Message, The Multitude, The Motive, The Murderers, The Method, The Messenger, The Moment, and The Murder itself. Sermon Title: “A Question on How to Kill Jesus” (Solving the Murder Plot to Kill Jesus) Mark 14:1,2 – Listen for Life!